Did parts of the missing Malaysian flight MH370 just was up on the shore of Madagascar?
- Debris is believed to be from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight
- Early analysis indicated that is it part of MH370’s horizontal stabilizer
- Object found across Madagascar from only other confirmed debris
- Disappeared enroute from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014
A piece of metal believed to be debris from the missing Flight MH370 has washed up off the coast of Mozambique.
The object, thought to be part of the plane’s horizontal stabilizer, was found on a sandbank in the Mozambique channel, which separates the African continent and Madagascar.
The only other piece of debris confirmed to be from MH370, which went missing in March 2014, was found on an island on the other side of Madagascar in July.
The discovery is being analysed by investigators in Malaysia, Australia and the U.S., who say there is a ‘good chance it derives from a Boeing 777,’ NBC News reports.
Early analysis indicates that the object could be a part of the missing Boeing 777’s horizontal stabilizer, the reports states.
The news comes nearly two years to the day since the disappearance of the Malaysia Airline’s flight, which vanished enroute from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.
Last July a two-metre-long wing part known as a flaperon washed up on a beach on the island of Reunion, located in the Indian Ocean, across Madagascar from where the latest debris was found.
French authorities subsequently confirmed ‘with certainty’ two
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